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|Title:||CHAR and BURNMAC - burnup modules of the AUS neutronics code system|
|Publisher:||Australian Atomic Energy Commission|
Robinson, G. S. (1986). CHAR and BURNMAC - burnup modules of the AUS neutronics code system (AAEC/E624). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
|Abstract:||In the AUS neutronics code system the burnup module CHAR solves the nuclide depletion equations by an analytic technique in a number of spatial zones. CHAR is usually used as one component of a lattice burnup calculation but contains features which also make it suitable for some global burnup calculations. BURNMAC is a simple accounting module based on the assumption that cross sections for a rector zone depend only on irradiation. BURNMAC is used as one component of a global calculation in which burnup is achieved by interpolation in the cross sections produced from a previous lattice calculation.|
|Gov't Doc #:||955|
|Appears in Collections:||Scientific and Technical Reports|
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